The Lithuanian runner-up of Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model has deemed the judges’ decision to hand the top prize to her rival Jade Thompson as ‘unfair’. Juste Juozapaityte said she was disappointed by losing out to the 20-year-old ginger stunner from Stoke-on-Trent and, according to the Daily Mail, she firmly believes she lost out because she does not have British roots.20-year-old Juste, who was told by both Elle Macpherson and Julien Macdonald that she was their favoured model, said after the show: 'There was no way they could have a non-British girl win the competition. Last year a Maltese girl won the show. This year, there would have been an outcry if a non-British or Irish model took the prize for a second year running.’
But it didn’t take long before bitterness over the judges’ decision kicked in again, 'But you know, they cut my hair off, they made me look like a boy. They gave me that look, then they criticised me for it.' Nothing like taking defeat gracefully is there?